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SECTION 156
Deputy county executive
Alternative County Government (ACG) CHAPTER 11-B, ARTICLE 4
§ 156. Deputy county executive. 1. The board of supervisors shall have
power to authorize the county executive to appoint one or more deputy
county executives. Every appointment of a deputy county executive shall
be in writing filed and recorded in the office of the county clerk. Any
such appointment may be revoked by the county executive at any time by
filing a written revocation in the office of the county clerk.

2. A deputy county executive shall perform such duties pertaining to
the office as may be directed by the county executive.

3. The deputy designated by the county executive for the purpose shall
have the powers and perform the duties of the county executive during
his absence or disability.

4. If more than one deputy county executive shall be appointed, the
county executive shall designate in writing and file in the office of
the county clerk and clerk of the board of supervisors the order in
which such deputies shall exercise the powers and duties of the office
in the event of the absence or inability of such county executive to
perform the duties of the office.

5. The head of any department may be designated to serve as deputy
county executive but without additional compensation. In the event that
no deputy county executive has been appointed or designated, or in the
event that the deputy appointed or person so designated is unable to
serve, the board of supervisors shall designate the head of a department
or other qualified person to perform the duties of the office during the
absence or inability of the county executive.